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Grommets removed after two days of insertion. Dizziness, roaring sound in ears. Will this improve?

Hi, 10 days ago I had grommets removed from my ears after only 2 days after insertion. I have been suffering from ETD for 6 months now. I found them impossible to cope with. The noise was unbearable and felt as though everyone was mumbling when they spoke to me. On top of that I had dizzyness and roaring sounds in my ears. I still feel dizzy and unbalanced and the tinnitus is quite loud. My hearing down and when i lesten to my own speech it sounds muffled. Will this improve? Also I am travelling overseas on 12apr. What do you say?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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hi.. thanks for using HCM..
you probably had serous otitis media, for which grommets/ventilators were applied it for drainage..
the dizziness, muffled hearing will improve in few weeks.. if it doesnot see your ENT surgeon for the need for the tympanaoplasty(rarely required)..
all the very best..
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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